Borrow a Wi-Fi Hotspot
Orange County Library System is making it easier for our community to connect to the internet with free Wi-Fi hotspots - now available for checkout. When you borrow a hotspot from the library, you can connect up to 10 tablets, laptops or other Wi-Fi-enabled devices to the internet for 30 days. Borrowers can also renew their Wi-Fi hotspot up to five times unless someone else is waiting to borrow a device. Wi-Fi hotspots must be checked out in-person at one of our 15 library locations. You can also place a hold for pick up here:
What is a Wi-Fi Hotspot?
A Wi-Fi hotspot is a portable mobile device that allows users to connect their personal devices (such as laptops, smartphones, tablets, smart TVs etc.) to the internet. Learn more:
Learn about hotspot lending rules, disclaimers and how to get your Wi-Fi hotspot up and running.
Find the answers you're looking for with Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) like: Who can borrow a Wi-Fi hotspot?, Where can I return a Wi-Fi Hotspot kit?, What if I lose or damage a Wi-Fi hotspot? and more!
Orange County Library System would love your feedback on hotspots! It will help us better understand how this service is being used, and the data collected may be used to support continuation of the program.